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I've been on my hols in Portugal this week, so lets see what I've missed?
1. Where else should we start but in Burnt Oak. But why is it called Burnt Oak? The mystery is solved
It is said that a Roman site was located near here, which was used as a boundary mark by burning a tree to act as a guide - a burnt oak. #LoveLondon #VisitLondon #NorthLondon #BurntOak #Treemendous #LoveTheTube #TfL #PublicTransport #TheWorldIsYourOystercard #Tubesday pic.twitter.com/sflFGQDCQh— Mario's London Tours (@Mari0sLondon) September 4, 2018
2. Our historical tweet of the week. Rather fetching picture of an old trolley bus
3. If you care about the future of our Borough, this may be the most important tweet you read this week
The ward you live in could soon change! The @LGBCE are about to start an electoral review of #Barnet.— Barnet Council (@BarnetCouncil) September 8, 2018
Tell them what you think. Sign up to their briefing on the subject – running from 7-8pm on Thursday 20 September: https://t.co/8KzXtPx9m6#millhill #edgware #hendon #finchley pic.twitter.com/6VgChN88Eu
4. Inside Mill Hill think Barnet Council need to fix the park benches in Mill Hill Park, we agree
5. In perhaps the strangest tweet of the week, ex Barnet Mayor and disgraced convicted criminal Brian Coleman reveals that he doesn't support pro active action to prevent the sale of alcohol to minors by unscrupulous shopkeepers
For "test purchases " read entrapment . The Council should stop this straight away , I didnt allow it— Brian Coleman (@BrianColeman251) September 7, 2018
6. A date for your diary in Finchley
Have you booked your ticket? Only 6 weeks to go for this exciting event! Come & meet @JoGustawsson @LeighRussell @LouiseVoss1 moderated by Anne from @scandstudies at Finchley Church End Library on the evening of 15/10/18. Book tickets at https://t.co/0bjy66Ddht @LDNLibraries pic.twitter.com/qdu5cXR095— Barnet Libraries (@BarnetLibraries) September 4, 2018
7. Live music and community spaces are important. And they are great when both come together, as they have done in Cricklewood this weekend
8. Fancy a bit of folk music in Colindale?
Mon 10th Sept - @ChandosArmsPub, @ColindaleFolk. Hamish Currie will be encouraging us to join him in singing a few songs, possibly with hand actions. Inhibited Londoners beware! https://t.co/AWs08bykDA pic.twitter.com/v0ydS32v36— Colindale Folk Club (@ColindaleFolk) September 7, 2018
9. Got £3 to spare? @BArnet_rebel has some sound investment advice for you!
Runner beans, my favorite summer vegetable; prepared with my 14 year old Australian made bean slicer, that trims & tops & tails them perfectly; best £3 ever spent at @RobertDyas@AllotmentYear @LondonSnowWatch @BrokenBarnet @LDNWormsNGarden @FinchleyNursery @FinchleyHort @__Revel pic.twitter.com/YU1MNRphYf— Donald Lyven (@barnet_rebel) September 4, 2018
10. Live in Mill Hill? Want to learn to sing like Rita Ora? Well here's how!
Did you know that Rita Ora comes to Mill Hill Music Complex for vocal coaching with star vocal coach Joshua Alamu? Did you know that Joshua can also help you to realise your potential? Why not contact Joshua & get your singing career on the road to success https://t.co/KB8nc6jNIU— MillHillMusicComplex (@MillHillMusicCo) September 8, 2018
That's all folks!